Silver Creek is the Superbowl of fly fishing
By Phillip A. Janquart
Along parts of Highway 20, south of Sun Valley, an inconspicuous creek lazily flows from the base of the Picabo Hills, winding through more than 20,000 acres of high-desert plains.
Quiet and serene, the creek is about 20 feet wide at its narrowest and more than 50 yards at some of its widest points. To the untrained eye, it might pass for a man-made canal designed to irrigate the domestic fields that line its banks for seemingly miles on end.
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